After a month of squinting our eyes at grainy, paparazzi-style photos and examining every inch of a detailed sketch, we finally get to see Anne Hatahway’s custom Valentino wedding gown in all its glory. Ain’t it a beaut?
There are few things in pop culture that capture attention quite like a celebrity wedding. The glitz! The high profile guests! The gown! And speaking of gowns, here are our picks for best celeb gowns ever. Each one is special for a different reason–like for sometimes not even being a gown (ahem, Pam Anderson). Click through to see our picks.
Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake’s Italy nuptials may not have been exactly royal (thought celebrities are the closest thing we’ve got to royalty)–but Biel’s pink Giambattista Valli gown did bare a striking resemblance to a certain royal wedding gown. And no, we’re not talking about Kate Middleton’s Sarah Burton-designed gown.
Jessica Biel is officially Mrs. Timberlake now, and after waiting five whole days since she and JT tied the knot in a small ceremony in Italy–an eternity in internet time–we finally get to see the dress. People shelled out a cool $300,000 for the photos, and the cover–featuring Justin doing his best Tom Cruise, along with a curiously placed inset photo of his ex Britney Spears–just dropped this morning.
This weekend, Anne Hathaway wed her boyfriend of four years, Adam Shulman, in a romantic ceremony in Big Sur, California–but, of course, all we really want to know about is the dress.
Valentino revealed that he “did the dress” for the actress’s big day a few weeks ago–and now thanks to the trickling in of some (albeit grainy) paparazzi photos, we finally get to see what the custom Valentino frock looks like.
Since announcing her engagement to Adam Shulman back in November 2011, the details of Anne Hathaway’s impending nuptials have been fairly mum. Until now.
So Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds got married this weekend. And while photos of the blessed event have yet to be released (do we smell a People exclusive?), details are starting to trickle in. For one, the ceremony was held at Boone Hall Plantation in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina and Florence Welch apparently performed–but, of course, all we really want to know about is her dress.